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Publish Date: 12:34 - 19 February 2013
Tehran, YJC. Director of the Interest Section of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Cairo has denied rumors about a letter by the Supreme Leader to the Egyptian President.

On Monday Mojtaba Amani said in statements that no letter has been sent by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to Muhammad Morsi, denying media claim about the Supreme Leader's demand of Morsi for the establishment of the Guardianship of the Jurist in Egypt.

"The word that Ayatollah Khamenei has written Morsi a letter is a completely distorted thing since the Supreme Leader has not at all sent such a letter; but 17 scholars including some Iranian officials and faculty members have sent such a letter to the President of Egypt, the letter being written by them and holding no governmental aspect,” said Amani.

Director of the Interest Section of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Cairo said that in their letters, the Iranian scholars have outlined their points of view on the building of a new country and the way Iran has fought post-revolutionary challenges under its specific experiences. "The letter has nothing to do with the Guardianship of the Jurist,” he said.

"I ask that you know the content of the letter so that you are not entrapped in media distortions; and you will realize that the letter is not signed by the Supreme Leader of the Revolution, Amani asserted.

He also added "Everybody knows that it is possible that one country uses another country's experience. But the situations and challenges of each country are different from those of others.”

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